Cinematography...

Cinematography changes with technology. Some die-hards say it only counts if you're shooting film, though that's not always practical in today's market. Video cameras are easier to come by but are 2-3 times more contrasty than film stock - meaning that the darks are darker, the lights are lighter, and room for error is significantly smaller. I have worked with dozens of camera types and lighting setups, and can tell you the pros and cons to most anything you throw my way. Being an editor as well allows me to always be mindful of the finished product: overshooting can be just as costly as undershooting, and if the lighting is off there's little that can be done in post.